Occupational safety management system and analysis of occupational diseases at an enterprise in the Republic of Kazakhstan
AbstractUDK 331.45:614 According to the ILO, about two million people die every year in the world for work-related reasons, another 160 million suffer from occupational diseases, and the total number of industrial accidents amounts to 270 million per year. The total loss of gross labor product due to accidents and diseases associated with labor activity is about 4%. In Kazakhstan in 2016, industrial injuries amounted to 3,9 per 1000 employees, with a fatal outcome – 0,131. Safety of the industrial processes the most urgent issue for all enterprises. The employer as well as the employees, fulfilling their jobbers possibilities, should be aware in the effectiveness of the created job environment. Process safety is the most important issue for all enterprises. Workers working with employees must fulfill their responsibilities. Analysis of the reasons of the industrial traumatism is the evidence that very often the human factor is the first reason of the accidents, as the workers act improperly or sometimes even do not know the simple rules of provision of their labour’ safety, as well as the managers and specialists, dealing with the prevention of such negative factors, are incompetent in the issues of labour safety. At that the clear dependence between relation of the managerial staff of the enterprise to provision of the safe labour conditions for the staff and availability of general culture (motivation) of safe labour of the workers at this enterprise is observed.
How to Cite
Omirbay, R., & Batessova, F. (2020). Occupational safety management system and analysis of occupational diseases at an enterprise in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Pridneprovskiy Scientific Bulletin, 8(664). Retrieved from http://www.rusnauka.com/index.php/rusnauka/article/view/1714